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Work, Energy and Power


Course Overview

This module intends to strengthen capacities in teaching Physics subject in competency based approach with inclusive practices. The uniqueness of this module is that it makes the relation between different types of enegry and the work done by it explicit.

This module is organized into Three units and each unit is organized into Lessons. It consists of a total of eight lessons; each lesson has been structured in such a way as to enable you to study it in one hour. Each lesson begins with a set of learning outcomes of what is expected when you have successfully completed the lesson.

Grade Level: 11, 12

Who can join this course?

Teachers, Educator, anyone interested in teaching teaching Physics at high school level

Course Staff

Subject Lead

Dr.Shamin Padalkar

Module Designing Team

Dr.Paul Ikwaba, Dr.Jalal Simkoko, Dr.Yussuf Mhangwa, Dr.Salamba Kashinje

Supported by

Geetha M

Reviewed by

For Inclusion : Dr. Apoorva Panshikar and Prof. Sujata Bhan

For Content and PCK : Prof. Mythili Ramchand

TISSx authouring

Dr.Anitha Bellappa, Janani VR


This module was designed as part of The Connected Learning for STEM Project (CL4STEM It aims to build capacities of secondary school teachers in Science and Mathematics to foster higher-order thinking with inclusion and equity. CL4STEM is a South-South collaboration among higher educational institutions to adapt and pilot the CLIx model of TPD developed and implemented in India, ( in Tanzania, Nigeria, and Bhutan. CL4STEM modules for teacher professional development are Open Educational Resources and involve teachers in short courses and online communities of practice to enrich classroom practice with Pedagogical Content Knowledge, and understanding of Inclusion.

The knowledge generated from this project has been disseminated to stakeholders in the ministries of education and relevant regulatory and professional bodies to seed it into the policy agenda of these countries. Key insights from this project have been shared with other researchers and opinion leaders in the spirit of creating global public good.

Frequently Asked Questions

What web browser should I use?

The Open edX platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

How can I access the course on a smartphone?

You can access the course via TISSx app on your Android smartphone. You can install the app from Playstore.